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officer, i have almost realtime information as to where shots are being fired right now and where i am going. >> here is how it works. when a gun is firedthe sound is picked up by multiple sensors placed in different locations. each sensor records the exact time it detected the shot. shot spotter uses those times and the distance between each sensor to determine the location of the gunfire. >> gunfire travels a great distance. one or two miles. and if you have sensors far apart, then only the strongest sounds that have gunfire will get to several sensors. >> how did the idea for shot spotter come about? >>ists working at a place called stanford research institute, sri, in mineral park. right next door, we had a very severe gunfire problem and i thought that my expertise in radio wave could be used to show the police exactly where gunfire was. >> this is shot spotter's incidents review center. in. >> reviewers from 40 countries around the world. >> tell me what happens. walk me through it. >> the first task is to look at where that shot took place and what kind of other information he o
change. the key thing you're going to see is people upgrading and doing analysis much more in a real-time fashion. people want to get the insights immediately. if something happens with i.t. infrastructure, i want to know immediately. it is operating much more of a real-time fashion. >> we are counting on you to find the companies that will make all this work. thank you for joining us on "bloomberg west." he is the chairman of the mobile security firm where my husband works. for a special bloomberg west tomorrow broadcasting with some of the biggest names. the storefronts touchscreens, ticket retail sites and much more. do not miss it on the inside ebay special edition tomorrow. twitter is teaming up with deutsche telekom to get its messages on your smartphone home screen next on "bloomberg west." you can also watch us streaming on your tablet, phone, or bloomberg.com. ♪ welcome back to bloomberg west. nelson mandela served for five years as south africa's first black president after his african national congress party helped end apartheid in 1994. here is a look back at his life. a fre
colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald. >>> good morning, it's wednesday, december 4. i'm anne makovec. >> i'm juliette goodrich. frank and michelle have the morning off. >> let's check in with lawrence because it is going to be a cold one out there. just the beginning of the cold snap, lawrence. >> yeah. really is. i think we have some colder weather ahead today. a chilly start widespread frost even at the coastline coastline. that cold air really coming in from the gulf of alaska and diving right into the bay area. so these temperatures taking a nosedive this morning. it is now 29 degrees in santa rosa, 29 in napa. 36 degrees in fremont. and 39 degrees in san jose. so even inside the bay we are seeing some cold temperatures and probably colder over the next hour and a half or so. so we have freeze warnings up for almost the entire bay area for this morning and again i think a colder night overnight tomorrow night and into tomorrow morning. that's when we'll see some very cold temperatures around the bay area. highs today are still
. >> so the system is showing real-time impacts? >> basically within a couple of seconds of the impact it comes into the antenna and we can see live what happens to the players. >> you can plot this out through a practice or on entire season. >> we were one of the first teams to limit exposure and practices. we had data saying we are getting really high exposure and practice. the data allowed us to see that. >> in 2011 virginia tech teamed up with youth leagues to research young players as well. >> i don't think anyone expected the exposure numbers that we found. from the first grade to seven, 78-year-old teams, the average impacts is 150 per season per player, some 80 times the acceleration of gravity. again? >> 10-year-old ryan is a young player virginia tech is studying. he suffered a head injury in a running deal. dr mark rogers, a team physician for the hoekies is giving a follow up exam. >> eight to 10-year-olds are getting a lot of hits, some pretty good g-force. gs. >> it's dangerous. >> it's high. a lot of stuff generates changes. they are not doing a lot of head to head conta
>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald >>> north korea has released a video of a palo alto man admitting to war crimes six decades ago but not everyone is buying it and now the white house is getting involved in the push for his release. good afternoon, i'm frank mallicoat. michelle is on assignment. >>> 85-year-old merrill newman has be detained in north korea now for more than a month. kpix 5's mark kelly is in our newsroom. we're learning that newman apparently in good health. mark. >> reporter: frank, swedish diplomats have been able to visit him giving him medication for his heart. the obama administration is now urging for newman's release citing his advanced age and health conditions. >> i can understand that in u.s. and western countries, there is misleading information and propaganda about pprk. >> reporter: north korean state media released this video over the weekend of detained american tourist 85-year-old merrill newman reading a handwritten apology. pyongyang said newman admits he is guilty of big crimes when he fought for the u.s. in the korean
? the proof is in the pop. >>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald >>> i'm frank mallicoat. here are your kpix 5 headlines now. searchers in idaho are trying to find a missing small plane based out of san jose's reid- hillview airport. the plane is registered to 51- year-old dale smith, founder and president of san jose-based serial-tech. the plane was carrying five family members from oregon to montana when the pilot reported engine trouble over idaho. >>> december is about to turn really cold in the bay area over the next couple of days. it comes as santa clara county opens cold weather shelters for the season. how some of the homeless in san jose's -- to house some of the homeless in san jose, sunnyvale and gilroy. traffic and weather coming up. yes you did. yes you did. no i didn't. no i didn't. yes you did. yes you did. no i didn't. no i didn't. yes you did. did not. [ male announcer ] find some peace this holiday. get an 8 piece meal, any recipe with a dozen cookies baked in-restaurant. the kfc festive feast. that's a lot for just $19.99
>>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald. >>> another day of bitterly cold weather is gripping the bay area and a freeze warning remains in effect for the region. good afternoon, i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. people down in san jose were bundled up today, coats, scarves, hoods have been on all day long in hopes of staying warm. down in gilroy workers busy covering plants with tarps and moving them indoors. the smaller trees are more vulnerable in overnight freezing temperatures. lawrence karnow in the weather center with how long we'll be in the deep freeze. >> concerned about the cold temperatures, the third night we are looking at below freezing temperatures again especially in some of the interior valleys. freeze warnings have now been extended until tomorrow morning. expecting another round of these temperatures dipping down into the low 20s and the 30s. we actually had some temperatures dropping down into the teens early this morning. the overnight lows are forecasted to be slightly warmer than last night but it is still going to be
you reach 200. it's history in real-time, full of plans that backfired, schemes spoiled by chance. outliars who change everything, and happy endings that turn out no to be too happy after all. the size of ecstatic nation include white heat, the friendship of emily dickenson, and thomas wentworth hissenson, hawthorne, a life. she is a regular contributor to the new york times book review and the nations and editor of the select poetry of americans project project. in 2009 she received a push cart prize, a guggenheim fellowship, a fellowship from the american council of learned societies and two national endowment for the humanities fellowships among others. last year she was elected a fellow of the american academy of arts and sciences. a former director of the leon leavy center for buying agraph in new york. she teaches in the msa programs of the new school glover columbia university school of the arts and has taught sarah lawrence college and union college in new yorkie she was washington irving professor of modern literary. please welcome brenda wineapple and nathaniel philbrick
. this was the inspiration nelson mandela, who he could experience realtime, the joy of that deliverance realtime. >> that's exactly right. i was a student at stanford when i heard the movement about divestment from south africa in 1972. in 1971, barack obama was only ten years old so he was very young and never able to appreciate that. what i want to make clear, though, we shouldn't call him militant, we shouldn't call him a terrorist, he's a patriot. he's just like the patriots fighting here many, many centuries ago for equality. and that's what he was. he was a patriot who tried to make sure that his country where he was born, where he controlled would recognize the fact that the majority of people who were african were suppressed by the minority of people who were white, and that has to be changed. he is a patriot who did a great deal in his 27 years in prison and did a great deal as president and continues to have that legacy as a patriot. i am a south african. i am an african, as he said when he got his honorary degree from harvard in 1998. that became a watershed moment of him recognizing who he wa
. pasquali, $9 billion in assets under management. when we come back, the c.e.o. of realtime marketing platform called shift. some of the clients include verizon,express, unilever, wal-mart. list. long find out what they want most from the c.e.o., with us next. >> imagine the possibilities. good advice for and a half gating through life directly investing and the very essence of options trading. brokers.ve i tell you a practical way of thinking about options without complicateds mathematics. a few of the clients on a platform called shift. borrow with me. shift is a realtime marketing platform. brands,ave ad agencies, vendors, all working together. and the idea here, to execute time.in real so how are you changing the way that all of these groups work together? >> so with shift we're building software that allows all of these stakeholders to work together. differents really because it's a cross-organization -- it's across organizations. tyingcial is about together the content and the media buyers. iswhat we're doing facilitating those connections and sharing data across these organizat
and watching television. we know your real-time competitors on a breaking story like dome marks i don't know if nbc cut in on that? >> oh, yes. >> but cnn, fox, msnbc, their average viewer, fox viewer is 67. i believe, 64, 65, even for cnn and msnbc. now those of us who are standing in front of classrooms with 18 and 21-year-old's janet's point is well-taken. it is not their natural tendency to turn on their channels as the demographics suggest. there is something about why did jeff jones watch those major rulings on civil liberties on scotusblog and not on those other networks? and i think that there is something fundamental, in the relationship of different generations to digital media, that is going to play out here and scotus plays an interesting role because precisely, because it is so good and precisely because i watched it because it was a peabody winner. >> let me say one thing. we're well aware of these trends. that's why if you're on the msnbc website you would have seen the scotusblog live coverage of the decision. >> we have a lot of croptive relationships like that where nbc, np
son. ♪ every kiss begins with kay ♪ >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald >>> good morning. it's 7:26. i'm frank mallicoat. get updated on bay area headlines. no reports of damage after two earthquakes hit gilroy overnight. the first was a magnitude 2.5, then a 3.7 at 2:05 this morning. >>> that oakland teen set on fire on an a.c. transit bus will return to school today. luke "sasha" fleischman returned home from the hospital last week. police say the attack was partially motivated by homophobia. >>> san francisco's muni agency is reminding riders to be on alert over the holidays. robberies and cell phone theft are problems on buses. muni wants people coming to the city to be careful with their belongles. traffic and weather coming up. the hands that drive a subaru... ...are the hands that do good things for the whole community: the environment, seniors kids, and animals. that's why we created the share the love event. by the end of this year, the total donated by subaru could reach 35 million dollars. you get a great deal on a new sub
on your wall. ♪ ♪ that's my kind of holiday. ♪ >>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald. >>> good morning. 7:26. i'm frank mallicoat. get you updated on some bay area headlines now on this thursday. about 50 people including children all left out in the cold when the chateau blue apartment caught fire. the fire is out. one person injured. >>> meanwhile down in stockton a man wanted on attempted murder charges in san jose was shot and killed by the police. police say after a chase on i-5 the man got out of his vehicle holding a knife. police shot him after he refused to drop it. >>> traffic and weather and it's cold outside, my friend. >> it is bitter cold for the bay area. temperatures really taking a nosedive overnight. out the door we go, we have clear skies everywhere to the coastline. but that cold arctic air is sitting overhead. it is 19 still in the napa valley. 25 degrees and santa rosa, 28 in livermore and 27 degrees in concord even freezing temperatures inside the bay. this afternoon, still on the chilly side. highs will
. puttingit is a corpsman a bandage on a wound or a turning kit. that is real-time, gunshot wound happens, we call that roll 1 care. from the usually away activity although sometimes the activity can occur right there as well. that is where i was. what we do there is stabilize a patient, try to get them to a point where we can arrest the bleeding and get them to a roll 3 and that is usually still within the country. it is a larger facility, bastion in our case. s.ey cooperate with the brit these hospitals that are quite visible. roll 4.re is in each of these stages of care, the injured member is getting more and more acuity of care. would be one of the big hospitals back stateside , like bethesda, san diego. >> had you seen combat before this six months? >> in some sense, yes. i spent two years on an aircraft , 2003-2005.ier , that was myon first deployment if you will. after some years in the navy. my last six months on this ship, we were deployed to the persian gulf. we supported operation iraqi freedom during that time. combat, but different kind of combat. on an aircraft carrier, we are l
. a corps man putting a bandage on a wound or tourniquet. that's out in the field, realtime. happens, we call that roll 1 care. is an outpost away from the activity. though sometimes the activity right there as well. what we do there is stablize the them to trying to get the point where we can arrest the bleeding or temporarily stop get them to a d roll 3. and that's still usually within the country. facility.ger bastion in our case, we brits to run, the andahar, the hospitals are quite visible. and in germany, row 4. so each successive stage of care, the member -- the injured member is getting more and more care.f an acuity of and then finally, row 5 would be one of the big hospitals back side. >> like bethet da. go, ke bethesda, and yea sammc. >> have you seen combat before months when you were there? >> in some sense, yes. -- i spent two years on an carrier. >> uss carl benson? >> the first deployment, if you the after some years in navy. my last six months, weer with deployed to the persian gulf and iraqi freedom at that time. so combat but different kind of combat. aircraft carrier
news this morning." >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald mallicoat. and i'm michelle griego. tis 6-- veloping this morn >>> good morning, everyone. it's monday, december 2. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:00. >>> developing this morning, two earthquakes shook gilroy overnight. the first was magnitude 2.5 at 1:35 a.m. then a stronger quake struck at 2:05. that was magnitude 3.7. both were centered about 4 miles south-southeast of gilroy. we have had no reports of damage or injuries. >>> i'm mark kelly live in san francisco. the holiday shopping season is finally here. and fedex expects this to be its busiest day of the year. >> and crooks are also working overtime on this cyber monday. we have a couple of tips to protect yourself when you do shop online. >>> how about traffic, liz, what's going on? >> it is all about the fog this morning. especially over at the bay bridge toll plaza. lawrence will have more on this but it is impacting the morning commute. in fact, chp issued their own dense fog advisory for the eastern side of the bay bridge.
on "kpix 5 news this morning." captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald. >>> good morning, it's wednesday, december 4. i'm anne makovec. >> i'm juliette goodrich. frank and michelle have the morning off. new this morning, firefighters are looking for the person who lived in this san jose mobile home. it was destroyed by a fire overnight. you can see the home completely gutted. the fire started at 2 a.m. in the casa alondre mobile home park on monterey road. firefighters didn't find anyone and neighbors don't think he was home at the time of the fire. >>> we have live team coverage of the freeze warning. cold temperatures gripping much of the bay area. kiet do live in fremont where temperatures are in the 30s. but we start with lawrence karnow. he means business with a turtleneck on in the weather center. >> throughout the day and the next five to seven days these temperatures are going to be chilly. out the doors the skies have cleared out. the winds have started to subside. we have seen some very cold temperatures. fr
. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald and i'm frank mallicoat >>> good morning, everyone. it's monday, december 2. i'm michelle griego. >> yeah. cyber monday! i'm frank mallicoat. it's nearly 4:30. let's get you out the door the second day of december. >> yes. the weekend was night a lot of hazy sunshine, but clouds creeping down into california. you can see it moving our way. much colder air headed in our direction. we'll talk about that coming up. >> caltrans's roadwork has been picked up at the bay bridge a little ahead of schedule. we'll be talking more about the fog and how it's impacting your morning commute. a full traffic report in a few minutes. >> on a monday, thank you, liz. >>> new this morning some shaking in the south bay. two earthquakes were felt in the gilroy area overnight. the first was magnitude 2.5 at about 1:35 this morning. then a stronger quake struck at 2:05. it was magnitude 3.7. both were centered four miles south-southeast of gilroy. we have had no reports of damage or injuries. >> w
. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald city's top job. tonight - she's officially in the raco quan. >>> i think oakland can do better. >> and you're looking at the councilwoman gunning for that city's top job. tonight, she is officially in the race to challenge embattled mayor jean quan. good evening, i'm ken bastida. >> i'm elizabeth cook. new at 6:00 tonight our phil matier at oakland city hall with the race's newest contender. phil. >> reporter: that's right. this contender is very close to the mayor at least when it comes to council meetings. take a look. embattled oakland mayor jean quan got some competition very close to home today when libby shaft who holds the mayor's seat on the city council signed up to run against her for the top job. >> i think she can do better. >> reporter: she isn't alone. a recent survey found only 5% of the voters in oakland would vote for quan again. >> lisa a polar rising -- she is a polarizing figure. it's time for a change. >> we need a new mayor. >
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 678 maint. testing mdpc-,,,, >>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald >>> good morning. it is wednesday, december 4. i'm anne makovec. >> i'm juliette goodrich. frank and michelle have the morning off. >> it is just about 4:30. and boy, the headline in the weather department is cold. >> yeah, it's getting chilly. i had to chip the ice off the window before going to work. i live near the coastline. temperatures cold likely to drop over the next couple of hours. 30s and 40s now although i have seen some 20s in some of the valleys. we'll talk about that coming up. >> no big accidents out there now but we have a lot of overnight roadwork. there were more than a dozen construction projects overnight. a lot of it is wrapped up but there's still some lanes blocked northbound 880 from 16th to broadway. so we'll break down -- what's today? >> wednesday. >> -- your wednesday morning commute, coming up. "hump day"! >>> a bay area man claims an off-duty cop took him down and broke his arm. kpix 5 reporter joe vazquez with more on this unusual road rage story that will proba
and then maps and radar. it's updated in realtime, too. >>> new details of our other top story this morning. a commuting nightmare on b.a.r.t. a train traveling 70 miles per hour suddenly stopped when its parking brake engaged on its own. in the end, nine people went to the hospital. nbc bay area shirl hurd joins us from the station where she just got new information about what triggered this problem. >> we just learned that b.a.r.t. brake became engaged because of an electrical short. we just learned that moments ago. but, as you can see, trains are back on time and passengers are going about their evening. that's the good news. but the bad news is that some passengers are still shaken up tonight. oaklandÑ'7 firefighters rushed the rock ridge station this morning preparing for major triage on the b.a.r.t. transform and down below. >> by that time the train is already filling up with smoke. >> reporter: smoke quickly filled the ten-car train that skidded to a stop in the berkeley hills tunnel. >> the emergency brake became engaged. we're not sure why. i don't believe anyone pulled it. jus
. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald >>> good morning, it's thursday, december 5. i'm michelle griego. >> if you only knew what goes on prior, it's amazing, folks. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is nearly 4:30. [ laughter ] >> lawrence, weather, 26 degrees when i got in my car this morning! >> into the deep freeze this morning! today likely to be the coldest day of the weekend. very chilly all around the bay area. now 23 in napa but just the last hour they have actually dropped down to 19 degrees. 26 in livermore. and 38 in san francisco. more on your weather coming up. >> nuke feel the sting in the air -- you can the sting in the air. this morning, the roadwork continues northbound between 16th and broadway various lanes blocked. so full look at your thursday morning commute coming up. >> chilly commute. >> chillycoute. couple more workdays to go. >> thanks, liz. >>> nine people are recovering this morning after a bart train came to a sudden stop in an east bay tunnel filling it with dust.
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of an ally startup that provides real-time market analysis for advertisers. the company is called shift and is quickly becoming a leader in social advertising, functioning and in the, meantime, it is almost 56 minutes past the hour. time for on the market. me now, she has everything you need to know. have this decline in stocks and they are deepening as a get into the afternoon. fors the fifth down session the index here. better than estimated economic data this morning with investors trying to figure out when tapering is coming. report,s time for the tickerder financial trading lower. the volker rule is ready for prime time. federal regulators are barring banks from proprietary trading. and how much latitude will wall street get. peter cook is on capitol hill with the answer. it will be tougher than wall street thought? >> that is the message we are getting today. pretty much from federal regulators, they say that from beentart, the banks have fighting this idea of the volcker role. and also because of the other rules where they act as market and sellinging securities with their own cu
, and smell. thermal recognition, gesture academician. it can run license plates and look at doing a real-time map of an area. earsan have more eyes and for private security guards and law enforcement to do the job that much more effectively. >> you started the company in april and you are ready have one available and not one tear? >> we have about a dozen customers were next year. datall start doing testing. we are running as fast as we can. >> what kind of crimes can this prevent? >> i can part of mark law enforcement vehicle in front of your home in criminal behavior changes. these robots are five foot tall, three foot wide. physically being there at a school or big shopping area or shop -- special event or local community, that will detour a lot of crime. to be ablecapability to gather information ahead of an event to see their are two stolen cars here. we do not know why but for people doing this rapid giant -- rapid hand gesture. that is an idea to push the event to local community and law-enforcement that much earlier. interestingoing things with the information. tell me about that. loo
at in china to monitor air quality in people in give the beijing realtime information about their air quality. is success moving forward. hat's success for the u.s., that's a building block for hina that will get them moving forward in leaps and bounds which frankly is what needs to be done and needs to be done quickly. do remain hopeful. let's stop the conversation. congratulations on cap for baby step to ten years. forward to what you're going to do as adults. i don't know, you've been good so far. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> fun being an administrator. >> i don't know if it will be in eight years. it was fun for eight years. in eight years, you uh got to both start and finish things is hard to do in a shorter tenure. i want to spend a few minutes talking about the job. go to china and domestic. remind people we will take questions from the audience. hat you need to do is indicate your name, your organization, write your question. we'll have people collecting the questions. we'll have our best to get through as many as possible. intend to take questions through the note cards. so,
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! ♪ toyota. let's go places. ♪ >>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald. >>> it's 7:56. i'm michelle griego. a driver crashes into the back of a police cruiser in san jose then tried to run. a security guard at a nearby hotel tackled the suspect before he got away. the officer and driver were hurt and went to the hospital. glass and mangled cars are blocking the intersection of san carlos and almaden. >> tow crews are out there now. until the in downtown san jose. a lot -- this is in downtown san jose. a lot of people in the area, they are hoping to get the investigation wrapped up in the next half hour, 8:30 again in the meantime, west san carlos and almaden that intersection shut down. bay bridge metering lights are on. it's jammed up towards the end of the parking lot. so hey, this is "friday light." it's actually looking okay this morning coming into san francisco from the east bay. the nimitz also moving better than usual even though it's starting to slow a little near the oakland coliseum. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." lawrence has a check of your cool weekend w
earnings plays... th recently gapped up. [ male announcer ] now the world is your trading floor. get real-time market scanning wherever you are with the mobile trader app. from td ameritrade. cheryl: here's question for you, which came first the chicken or the egg? that question may be a thing of the past thanks to our next guest who thinks his company could render chicken eggs obsolete all together. josh tetrick, hampton creek foods founder. i got to tell you, you were featured in a "mother jones" article about plant-based eggs. that is what you're. making eggs that don't suck. it is about the taste and flavor. how do you respond to the questions? you get this all the time. >> it is about taste and flavor and making sure it is less expensive too, right? so 1.8 trillion eggs are laid every year around the world and 99% come from place that is are both rising in prices and place that is i think we think are ripe for disruption. we don't always have to go about doing the same thing we've always done of the we can do something a little bit different and whether it's mayo or cookie dough or even a
this -- that's a great point. we have real-time price discovery in our hand with tablets and smartphones and we know that retailers have raised prices up only to mark them down, and there's -- stair -- they're still making a ton of money, and the retail shopping experience has gotten cheapened. so we wonder would we need five t-shirts from anber come by and fitch. and you only need one and then get out thereof door -- get out of the door. >> could doo you get a sense that people who shop, they have their musts shop for list and it's their kids, maybe a very significant other, and then there are the marginal ones. this is a tough time for the marginal ones, the ones you sort of like, the family members you now and then see. its this the kind of holiday you cut them off the list or what happens? >> i hope i'm not -- the marginal consumer back in the day would have gotten maybe two t-shirts towards the end of the vane. right now maybe they get a gift card or get one t-shirt. that gift of the marginal shopper is something that you are going to wait until the very last minute for and hope you get 60
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about nuclear enrichment here. if it's happening in realtime and you have a five and a half month window, i think that's a fair amount to give him. that would be my argument. >> in the meantime sam talks about knee jerk conservative hawks, this is going to be spun as anything these days is spun as president obama, weakness of leadership, whether we actually are, facts frequently don't come into this. the view from capitol hill in terms of the right, folks much more skeptical any possible deal with iran, do they let up in their scepticism and say this actually seems like a good bargain. >> the difference is imposing further sanctions is a really bipartisan issue and has been for the last couple of years. passed by a really wide margin in the house. so i think what menendez is trying to do and trying to argue is that if we impose further sanctions, we can work into sanctions bill room for a deal. that's where he is and what he's arguing. >> makes sense. any bill that emerges from a democratic senate will have to take that consideration. you can't undermine foreign policy. it will give obam
numbers will come up. >> they can monitor healthcare.gov's performance in realtime. but the political fallout will take months or years to really set in. >> peter, thank you. right now, these pictures of a massive pile-up. now we knew a wintry mix would hit the upper east coast. now it has. >>> hollywood in mourning as we learn more details about the car crash that killed "fast & furious" film star paul walker. what may have happened just moments before the vehicle he was riding in burst into flames. stay close. upgrade to the philips norelco sensotouch 3d for the most advanced shaving experience. with gyroflex 3d technology, you can get to those hard to reach places for the ultimate shave wet or dry. guaranteed. visit philips.com/upgrade now to save $30. yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] with n fedex one rate, i could ll a box and ship it r one flat rate. so i kn untilt was full. you'd be crazy not to. is tt nana? [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. [ male aavo: thles eventgen fedex one rat"sis back. ive" which means it's ne
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people's lives in a real-time basis. middle class -- >> does it -- sorry, ma'am, does it bug you when democrats go, yeah, they're going at bashing, but they don't have a plan of their own. there are half a dozen plans -- >> more than that. >> republicans, some say, want to annihilate this and do nothing in return. >> it's political. if you want to address the situation, do one thing -- let people buy any health insurance policy they want, anywhere in america, with no minimum federal requirement. you do that alone, you solve all sorts of problems with access to health care. then give a liability shield to anyone who wants to offer charitable health care. if you do that, you can deal with the poor, you can deal with the middle class, you can deal with the wealthy, and then this sorts itself out pretty fast. >> congressman, thank you very much. i mentioned that, as i said to the congresswoman, the argument is that there are no alternative plans. you might not like the alternative plans, but there are at least six out there. all varying degrees. one for outright full privatization, anothe
it with a real-time analysis of the social feet of that field fence area looking for anyone on the cost of esther graeme of flicker a u-2 and twitter to see if anything should be suspicious. we take all that data and then it creates a real crime time or hate to map of where all the night scope k five might've and then start looking at an overall analysis of the situation. >>: think of k five as a messenger. it has no weapons. it won't arrest people, but pass along the information to local authority's and others. and be able to live stream that to be able to see. . that gives us an opportunity to effectively crowd store's security. of that combining that and to a solution to fix a problem is energizing. science fiction and reality is looking to come next year. >>: cape slate kron 4 news. >>james: at 440 a less talk about the weather. it is freezing out there. >>anny: in fact a lot of locations are below freezing this morning. temperatures and a bottle right now. these are some of the coldest spot. napa at 19 degrees. santa rosa and 273 of vallejo your cold at 23% concord the morning till you're at
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capability, the ability for players to. >> he can to each other in realtime. terrorist groups value those capabilities. they could go on there and create characters to communicate with each other and possibly plot attacks. in some cases real life spies from the nsa and british agency according to the reports in the times and guardian have created make believe characters themselves to play in these games and interact with other game players to try to get information or try to recruit informers. we contact account the nsa. they have no comment on these reports in the goddian and at "new york times." they september us a statement saying their mission is centered on valid foreign intelligence targets. it comes back to the arguments the nsa not supposed to spy on americans within the united states but they can conduct some of this surveillance on game plarsz now who may be overseas. we couldn't get comment yet. we're working on it, getting comment from the companies that make these games. >> is there any indication that a terrorist or terrorists or a tear error network has been stymied or stop
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